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When preschoolers encounter a situation that requires them to consider several features of an object or several aspects of a problem at one time, they most typically:

▸ create faulty causal relationships among the features.

▸ focus on only one of the features at a time.

▸ see all the features but only from their own point of view.

▸ integrate the features into a single, simplistic representation within the mind.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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focus on only one of the features at a time.
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